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Session links now available!
Attendees at our Build an App for That online conference enjoyed demo-rich sessions designed to help with building applications for the browser, Windows 7, and Windows Phone 7. Click the agenda links below to access the session recordings.
We’d love to know what you thought of the conference so that we can bring you an even better experience next time. Please take a couple of minutes to fill in our feedback form.
Applications with Windows and HTML
Applications in Silverlight Introduction
Applications in Silverlight in-depth
15.00 – 15.45
Keynote – Microsoft & The Client Landscape, Mark Quirk
15.45 – 16.30
The Bluffer’s Guide to Expression Blend, Jon Harris
10 minute break
16.40 – 17.25
Modern Windows Applications
Silverlight Platform Overview
WCF RIA Services
User Interfaces with Touch
Silverlight for Windows Phone 7 Overview
Architectural Patterns with MVVM and RIA Services
18.20 – 19.05
Using HTML5 and CSS3 Today
Silverlight for LOB Apps
Creating Silverlight Apps with PRISM
19.05 – 19.50
Internet Explorer 9
Silverlight and Multi-Tier Apps
Premium Media Experiences with Silverlight
Here are some of our top picks from the event – let us know what you liked most by posting a comment below.
1. Expression Blend training
2. SketchFlow video
3. Great blog about software design and user experience
4. A fun way to learn about building Silverlight applications with Expression
5. Multi-touch input in Silverlight
6. Building modern Windows applications and more information on WPF (Mike T's content)
That sounds awesome !
I'm glad it'll be recorded and posted online afterwards, as I want to watch all three channels!
That Sounds Great will have to check the diary
Will we be able to watch at later date if we cant make it?
Great feast of information! Thanks for this.
Sounds Good...I'll try to clear the desk by then!
Can you confirm which time zone? Presume GMT as its UK.
gr8 apportunity to learn abt things one doesn't know much :=)
As above - can someone confirm the time zone - the web is global lets not forget
Hi folks - a couple of you have asked about time zones for this event. You can be sure that any events we post on the UK MSDN blog will be GMT unless we specifically say otherwise.
Roll on 20th January!
Ooops . I didnt get a chance to register . It is full now :(
Sounds great, but registration is now full. Where will the recording be available from?
Hi folks - if you've had trouble registering because the event was full give it another go now.
I will be present. It seems a good start for what is to come in this new year.
Very nice! What time zone is it though?